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Step classes

Step classes involve using a step to perform standard stepping movements and sometimes include the use of free weights for additional resistance. Increase cardiovascular activities to help your body intake oxygen and distribute it throughout your major muscle groups more efficiently to help you to improve fitness and endurance levels.

With this low impact exercise regime, step classes are important for those looking for a low to moderate workout with aerobic and cardiovascular benefits being the most apparent advantages. Burn fat and tone up your legs and back as well as your abs and stomach muscles to give you a more toned look and help to keep you looking your best.

Step classes are geared towards toning up les and getting you to improve your posture by keeping your back straight and working out using the step, floor or free weights or a combination of the three.

Anyone can take part in a step class and regardless of your fitness levels, there's a class to suit you. Search online for gyms and get the classes with the instructors that you want to learn from.

Aerobic exercise can help you to burn off fat and calories to give you a healthier outlook on life and give you the platform you need to start your fitness regime now.

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